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NFL Draft: 5 Division 2 football players and 12 FCS players were drafted in 2019

Division 2 is growing and about every year 4 to 5 players have heard their name called on Draft Day. This should make small schoolers happy considering this year 5 of the 17 players drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft from Small Schools were from D2!

The NFL Draft has come and went, and NFL teams are still signing players, but this year it was impressive because 5 Division 2 players had their name called in the NFL Draft. A total of 17 players were drafted, 12 players from the FCS were also taken.

In 2018 there were 4 Division 2 players drafted, and in 2017 6 were drafted.

1st Round

23 – Tytus Howard – Alabama State – FCS

2nd Round

28 – Nasir Adderley – Delaware – FCS

3rd Round 

21 – Khalen Saunders – Western Illinois – FCS

28 – Trey Pipkins – Sioux Falls – D2

35 – Quincy Williams – Murray State – FCS

4th Round

33 – John Cominsky – Charleston – D2

5th Round

26 – EJ Speed – Tarleton State – D2

28 – Easton Stick – North Dakota State – FCS

Round 6 

7 – Corey Ballentine – Washburn – D2

17 – Drew Forbes – SEMO – FCS

21 – Oli Udo – Elon – FCS

Round 7

9 – Jordan Brown – South Dakota State – FCS

11 – Darryl Johnson – North Carolina A&T – FCS

13 – Jimmy Moreland – James Madison – FCS

16 – Quinton Bell – Prairie View A&M – FCS

24 – Stephen Denmark – Valdosta State – D2

34 – Joshua Miles – Morgan State – FCS

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at nfldraftdiamonds@gmail.com

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